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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.3

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.3
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fuîâter ? for f!hat town was wcl furnîflied with moi at arms and provifion : befides, the duke of Anjou haâ exhorted them to behave themfetves aft good men ftouM do (for he had affiled them): this made them hold out, and fuffer many a (harp âflault When they found their proviion growing low, and that no relief was coming to them, they entered into a treaty of peace with the earl, who willingly iiftened to it ; for he was defirous of nothing but that they (hould acknowledge inn as their lord, which they did. He made a folemn entry into the town of Dinan, where all the inhabitants fwore homage and fealty to him, After this, the earl marched with his army to the dty of Qmmper Corentin He laid clofe fiege to it, and ordered large machines to be brought from Vannes and Dinan, faying, he would have it before he left it. I mutt now inform you, that the Englifh and the Bretons of Montfort *s party, fuch as fir John Chandos and others, who had made prifoners at the battle of Auray, would not accept of ran-foms for them, nor allow them to go and feek for money ; becaufe they were unwilling they (hould again affemble in a body and offer them battle : they fent them into Poitou, Saintonge, Bourdeaux and la Rochelle, to remain there as prifoners. During this time, the Englifh and Bretons conquered all Brit* tany, from one end to the other. • Quimptr Corentin,—a ;©wa in Brittany* generality of gantes, WMIft


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